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Make An Entrance | Shop 'Interior Design Masters' Lynsey Ford's Design Schemes


As a final wave goodbye to Interior Design Masters, Becca (House of Three London) and I have put together our fifth and final moodboard inspired by the series, and this time we're celebrating all of winner, Lynsey Ford's designs from the past 8 weeks.


It's based around her hallway design in the last episode, but we've also introduced elements that became familiar in Lynsey's signature look over the course of the show - see if you can spot them!


It's been so fun putting these moodboards together, and I'd like to say a huge thank you to Becca for all her hard work and talent! We really hope you've enjoyed seeing them too, and do let us know if you've used any of them as inspiration for your home! We'd love to hear from you about which has been your favourite - you can find us both on Instagram, come say hello!



MAKE AN ENTRANCE | A HALLWAY SCHEME INSPIRED BY LYNSEY FORD DESIGN


Floor Tile: Tiles Direct // Wooden Bench: Home Barn // Floral Cushion: Rockett St George // Toucan Print: Box Prints // Paint Colour: Farrow & Ball // Ceiling Pendant: Amara UK // Coat Hooks: Noir Design // Wire Basket: Ferm Living // Console Table: La Redoute // Table Lamp: Lights.co.uk // Wall Mirror: La Redoute // Gold Cheetah Ornament: Dunelm // Pleated Vase: Amara UK



You might be able to pick out the items that have been inspired by Lynsey's final design scheme: the toucan print, paint colour, ceiling pendant, coat hooks and wall mirror.


We absolutely loved the vinyl flooring she used for her beach hut design, and felt this tile worked really well for a hallway to bring the wow factor, as well as being a practical option for muddy shoes and paws!


The industrial elements in the table lamp, wire basket, the raw wooden bench and console table featured in a few of her designs, her office design and beach hut in particular.



Restaurant Design in the Semi-Final

And a floral print velvet like on this cushion cover, we saw in almost all of her design schemes, most memorably we think in her restaurant design, where she used that stunning mural, and also linked hers and Siobhan's designs so seamlessly.


For the eagle eyed amongst you, you might have spotted she added a gold cheetah figurine in all of her designs! Becca noticed this one!



So there you have it! Would you be bold enough to try a scheme like this in your hallway?


Huge well done again to Lynsey and all the contestants in this year's series. We thoroughly enjoyed it, and can't wait to see what you all go on to do next!

Have a lovely weekend,

Jess & Becca x




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